Learn how podcasting teaches financial education and value to the youth
We all know how important it is for the next generation to have a solid understanding of money management, but where do they learn these crucial skills? That’s why podcasts are important. Having a source of knowledge from experts, young listeners would be empowered with insights and advice. Financial literacy is getting more relevant as time passes by and my guest makes it her mission to educate people on their financial well-being.
Marilyn Pinto is the founder of KFI GLOBAL, an organisation that provides comprehensive financial empowerment programs for teens and young adults. Her book an her podcast titled, “Smarter Richer Braver” aims to provide clarity on her thoughts and as a tool for learning herself. We’ll hear how these platforms aim to provide children, particularly those under 25, with crucial life skills pertaining to financial literacy, public speaking, and adulthood.
02:10 Marilyn on the journey of writing her book, ”Smarter Richer Braver”
03:26 The book’s purpose and what readers will get when they read
06:58 FinEd United 2023 as a successful mutli-stakeholder collaboration
08:54 Financial literacy as a social justice issue and how Marilyn came to teach FinEd
12:59 “Smarter Richer Braver” as a podcast and how it helps young listeners
17:20 The podcast focuses on credibility and additional real value
19:09 The different educative discussions and types of episodes from the podcasts
23:20 Teaching young individuals valuable skills early on will create lifelong positive habits
25:25 The unexpected success of the podcast and taking the time to deliver value
30:50 Marilyn’s intended impact of the podcast to make smarter financial decisions
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